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Bad Girls Club star Shannade Clermont sentenced to 1 year in prison for wire fraud

Former Bad Girls Club star Shannade Clermont has been sentenced to 12 months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of felony wire fraud.

The Clermont twin allegedly stole and then used the credit card of a man who passed away either during or after he had set up a date with Shannade as an escort.

The reality star was found to have made more than $20,000 in fraudulent charges using the information from two cards that belonged to the deceased man. 

The official statement on the sentencing claimed that Clermont purchased flights, paid rent and other bills, and bought luxury clothing with the cards. They added that Clermont used a fake email address to wire money from the late man via Western Union. 

In addition to her prison sentence, Clermont will face three years probation and will have to pay nearly $5,000 in restitution.

Damn, gurl!
[via: Complex]
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